Goshe will lead RDH operations

RANGELY — When Merrill Frank was hired as interim CEO of Rangely District Hospital in July, his primary assignment was to find his replacement. He found his man.

Dillon takes CFO position at Rangely Dist. Hospital

RANGELY — For the past six years, Jim Dillon has been a math teacher in the Rangely area schools — from grade school to CNCC.

Former CEO back at RDH

RANGELY — Merrill Frank is back in familiar territory. The retired hospital administrator recently returned for a second stint at Rangely District Hospital. He was CEO at the hospital the first time from January 1997 to October 1999, when he retired.

New management team takes over at Rangely Dist. Hosp.

RANGELY — The hospital board has hired Merrill Frank as an interim CEO to hold the helm while the search continues for a new permanent person.

RDH receives $50,000 health care grant

RANGELY — Gov. Bill Ritter announced that the Colorado Rural Health Care Grant Council has awarded just more than $1.9 million in the inaugural round of grants to strengthen health care delivery in Colorado’s rural communities. The Rangely District Hospital received $50,000 to improve its physical plant.

RDH receives new ambulance, replaces older unit

RANGELY — The Rangely District Hospital has a new ambulance. The new 2008 Lifeline ambulance replaces an older unit. Ambulance director Shanna Kinney gave a tour of the new vehicle for the hospital board and the county commissioners and explained the operational details and spoke of the acquisition process.

CEO out at RDH

RANGELY — Jason McCormick and Rangely District Hospital have parted ways. A separation agreement was reached last Thursday, said Jack Rich, chairman of the RDH board of directors. McCormick had been CEO of the hospital since January 2006.

Hogan earns honor


RDH installs new board members, Rich named chair

RANGELY — Jack Rich was named the new chairperson of the Rangely District Hospital.

Introducing imaging-guided injection treatment at RDH

RANGELY — Localized spinal and joint pain are common conditions that debilitate millions of Americans annually. Most cases are successfully treated by conservative means: rest, medication, physical therapy or chiropractic manipulation. In some advanced cases, more aggressive treatments such as surgery or injection treatments are called for.

RDH laboratory department prepares for the future

RANGELY — The Rangely District Hospital is boasting new faces, services and equipment in its lab. The department offers a variety of testing services including chemistry, hematology, coagulation, blood gases, microbiology, blood banking, phlebotomy and urinalysis. Within the past year the laboratory has purchased new equipment to better facilitate these services and has expanded the […]

RDH welcomes newcomers to the management staff

RANGELY — Two positions have recently been filled at the hospital.